Recently researchers have begun focusing on young adults with mental health disorders transitioning into adulthood. Research exploring the importance of mental health support in secondary transition have yielded positive outcomes. For example, strong collaboration between educational and mental health agencies ensuring academic, employment, and mental health needs that are specifically addressed through well-designed transition planning has demonstrated a higher level of success for individuals identified with emotional and/or behavioral disorders (Davis, Jivanjee, & Koroloff, 2010). Styron (2006) conducted a survey and review of historical data of six young adults with mental health disorders receiving comprehensive services supporting transition through Young Adult Services, a program designed to support individuals over 18 who had moderate to severe symptoms of mental illness. Results revealed the longer young adults are involved with wrap around support during transitional periods, the higher quality of life and/or improved community integration. Providing ongoing support is critical for young adults with mental health disorders, particularly during times of transition. For each individual the level of support and from whom the support is provided varies. Awareness of the individual needs by each supporting member or entity is a key element in facilitating positive post-school outcomes for persons with mental health disorders. This guide assists young people with mental health conditions, their families, vocational rehabilitation counselors, and mental health practitioners by providing information for locating resources that are available to assist them in building better lives. Awareness of the individual needs by each supporting member or entity is a key element in facilitating positive post-school outcomes for persons with mental health disorders.